What We Learn
Mango’s Place follows the state of Ohio’s early learning and development standards. Each month we have broken down key concepts and skills that will be taught in hopes that children will master by the age of five. The purpose of these standards is to support the development of young children. Mango’s Place has created a curriculum that incorporates all these standards through meaningful play and instruction. Our goal is to prepare all children to be successful when they enter Kindergarten. We hope to instill a strong foundation of letter identification and sound, number identification and representation and recognition of sight words.
- Letter Sounds
- Sight Words
- Writing and Composition
- Number Representation
- Simple Addition and Subtraction
- Life Cycles
- Solids vs. Liquids
- My City, State, and Country
Your child’s siblings can play, learn and have fun with Mango’s friends. Based on your child’s age, they will play in once of our fun jungle classrooms.
Mango’s Place does not require children to be potty trained for our academic programs. If your child is not fully potty trained please see our Potty Training Assistance Program for more details.
Class Times and Costs
Payment and Tuition
Deposit: An $85.00 non-refundable deposit is due at the time of registration.
Tuition: School tuition payments are required on the first of each month during the school year of August – May.
Automatic Payment: Mango’s Place has the ability to charge your account each month by safely storing a credit card on file with us. This has been set up for your convenience and can be done by simply stopping by the front desk. Parents are not required to set up automatic payment, but it is recommended.
Additional Information: Please see our Academic Program Policies and Procedures for more information.
Schedule: Please see Ben’s School Calendar for holiday closings and school breaks.
Field trips: Class field trips will include the pumpkin patch, COSI and the Columbus Zoo. *Parents are required to attend all off-site field trips.
Assessments: Twice throughout the year, children will be assessed with PELI, and parent-teacher conferences will be held.
Winter Weather: Our academic programs are not affected by local school closings or delays.
Keeping Kids on Track
Ben’s academic programs uses a reinforcement tool to help motivate students to stay on track to ensure they are getting the best experience while at school. Mango’s Place uses the “Clip It Chart” which will allow children to be rewarded for positive behavior. For more information please reference our Weekly Behavior Chart and our Behavior Buddies.
Arrivals / Welcome Centers
Music / Art (Rotating)
Science / Social Studies (Rotating)
Centers / Small Group
Pack-up / Dismissal